Archive for April, 2006

Happy easter

Happy easter

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Radiation Detector Keychain

Radiation Detector Keychain

These keychains are awesome. It tells you if you are close to radiation or not. This $100 keychain's integrated sensor samples the air 32,768 times per second to let you know how much radiation you're taking in. If you hear two long beeps, the radiation level is relatively low. A long beep followed by a short beep means you should dig yourself a shelter immediately. And if you hear two short beeps in a row, you may already be dead.

Toyota Mark X Special Version

Toyota Mark X Special Version
Toyota Modellista has released a special 100 unit run of the Toyota Mark X. It comes with a Modellista bodykit and a Tom’s Supercharger bolted on to the 3GR-FE 3.0 V6 engine. The special edition car is called the Toyota Mark X Special Version.

LCD with memory

LCD with memory
These LCD screens come with memry and displays all the information , even after the LCD has been powered down. Well, expect to see these kinda screens in some supermarkets in Japan soon.

Samsung’s 3D Memory Package

Samsung’s 3D Memory Package

Samsung’ industry-first WSP is a 16Gbit memory solution that stacks eight 2Gb NAND chips. The WSP generates a much smaller multi-chip package (MCP), which is the current mainstream solution for designing miniaturized, high-capacity memory devices. Samsung’s eight-chip WSP prototype sample, which vertically stacks eight 50㎛ (micrometers), 2Gb NAND flash die, is 0.56 millimeters in height.

The chips in today’s MCPs are connected by wire bonding, which requires vertical gaps between dies that are tens of microns wide and horizontal spaces on the package board that are hundreds of microns wide to accommodate the wire connections. By contrast, WSP forms micron-sized holes that penetrate through the silicon vertically to connect circuits directly, eliminating the need for gaps of extra space and wires protruding beyond the sides of the die. Due to these advantages, WSP has a 15-percent smaller footprint and is 30 percent thinner than an equivalent wire-bonded MCP solution.

World’s thinnest LCD display

World’s thinnest LCD display

TMD (Toshiba Matsushita Display) delivers the world's thinnest 12 inch LCD. Thenew style ultra thin LCD has a thickness of approximately in 2.9mm to 4.5mm between, the new style LCD, with LED backlights, analysis may reach 1,280 x 800 WXGA, brightness 300cd/m2, the weight only has 183g.

2007 Hyundai Elantra

2007 Hyundai Elantra

The US market Hyundai Elantra comes with a 2.0 liter DOHC engine with continuous variable valve timing. The CVVT unit controls the intake valve timing by advancing and retarding the intake cam in relation to the exhaust cam. There are two different variations of the engine which comply to two different emmission standards. The ULEV version produces 138hp at 6000rpm and 184Nm of torque at 4600rpm. There is a SULEV version of the Hyundai Elantra available in certain green states in the US (California , Maine , New York, Vermont and Massachusetts) which makes slightly less power (132hp at 6000rpm and 180Nm of torque at 4600rpm) due to different tuning for lower emissions. These engines are mated to either a 4-speed automatic or a 5-speed manual gearbox.

Suzuki XL7

Suzuki XL7
Suzuki debuted the all-new 2007 Suzuki XL7 at the 2006 New York Motor Show (NYIAS). With the introduction of the new model, Suzuki is moving forward to the next chapter in its ongoing 'SUV' success story.

The 2007 XL7 is bigger, bolder and more powerful than the previous generation XL-7 and retains Suzuki's strong styling cues. In developing the all-new XL7, Suzuki leveraged its SUV heritage and expertise to design an all-new vehicle for the SUV segment that provides style, room and adaptability for active, mobile lifestyles.

Daihatsu Boon X4

Daihatsu Boon X4

Daihatsu has released a new variant of the Daihatsu Boon called the Daihatsu Boon X4. The Daihatsu Boon X4 looks like a rally car, but it’s slightly high center of gravity.

Sony Ericsson W300 – Robbie Williams edition

Sony Ericsson W300 – Robbie Williams edition

Robbie Williams and T-Mobile in association with Sony Ericsson unveil the Robbie Williams Edition of the Sony Ericsson W300 Walkman phone, which will be in stores in time for the upcoming European Tour kick-off in June.

Creatively influenced by Robbie Williams himself, the exclusive edition phone will offer a live recording of the opening song, a live video clip and six wallpapers including shots from the first show of the World Tour, which kicks-off today in Durban, South Africa.

The Robbie Williams Edition clamshell style phone, exclusive to T-Mobile, will have an embossed Robbie Williams logo on the back cover and will enable customers to identify themselves as ultimate Robbie Williams fans.

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